Teen missing in Duluth turns up OK

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Police in Duluth say a 14-year-old girl who was classified as missing and endangered Wednesday evening has been found unharmed.

Police issued an alert after responding to a report that the girl had been forced into a mini-van against her will near Denfeld High School Wednesday afternoon.

Minnesota's Bureau of Criminal Apprehension and the FBI were notified, authorities said.

But news outets including Northland's News Center, Fox 21, and KARE 11 soon reported the teen had been found safe in a Duluth home and police determined there was no attempt to abduct her.

Fox 21 says an investigation into the case continues.

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